I studied here in 2011, and I really appreciated how organized and flexible the school was. They were open to me changing course levels after the first day, and also worked with me on housing. I really enjoyed my Egyptian Ammiya class, though the name of my teacher has completely escaped me by now. But overall, this struck me as a very professional school.
I initially stayed in an apartment upstairs from the school, but the area felt a bit remote from the rest of Cairo. I switched to the school’s building in Dokki after a bit, and used the school-provided shuttle to get to class.
Honestly my price rating is a guess–it’s been so long, I don’t remember what I paid.